Posts tagged movies
Posts tagged movies
Empirical Pictures: The Final Images of Wes Anderson
The cinema of Wes Anderson has always been rooted firmly within the notion of theatrical storytelling. This can be presented in a myriad of ways. Be it through his ability to meticulously craft mise-en-scene, displaying bold and almost storybook-like frames, or through his tendency to do away with multiple cuts within a scene, allowing the actors to walk through sequences as would be done in the theatre. His final images are not without similar traits. Each frame serves to traditionally provide a refreshed equilibrium, whilst also alluding to an intrinsic sense of hope and a journey that has not yet finished.
- Intern Samuel (samuelclark101)
Bottle Rocket | 1996
Rushmore | 1998
The Royal Tenenbaums | 2001
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou | 2004
The Darjeeling Limited & Hotel Chevalier | 2007
Fantastic Mr. Fox | 2009
Moonrise Kingdom | 2012
Prada: Candy | 2013
Castello Cavalcanti | 2013
The Grand Budapest Hotel | 2014
Registration test for the Zissou. Still have some cuts to make, but…it’s getting there. #SteveZissou #LifeAquatic #WesAnderson #BillMurray #prints #printmaking #fanart #illustration #movies #WIP
David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive (Riverdale version)
Just one of those things that’s been sitting on my computer, waiting to be finished, and tonight was going to be the night.
Chas Tenenbaum print, in production.
Ofelia & The Faun
from Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth
My final print of the year. Prints are available to purchase here.
The final version of the Pacific Rim: Kaiju print. Used a different kind of Baltic Birch for the woodblock, and it turned out really well.
Little Thunder head’s to the movies.
Dang, these are beautiful.
Linocut Relief Print, 2013
Based on Luc Besson’s film Leon: The Professional
Prints will be available soon. Just couldn’t resist posting.
Prints are available at my Storenvy shop.
The Professionals, ready for printing.
A totally legitimate movie poster for Phantom Hand’s Last Meal show at Jinxed Philly. Reception is this Saturday at the Piazza in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia. Details available on the Facebook.
Dear Hollywood: call me, maybe…
My impression of Freddie Quell from The Master. Even though it was the style at the time, I still found his pants to be unusually high.
Final print for Rosemary Cross, from Wes Anderson’s Rushmore.
And as with the Richie Tenenbaum print, prints are available at my Storenvy shop.
Richie Tenenbaum, from Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums
There are a limited number of these prints available prior to SPX in September. You can purchase them at my Storenvy shop.
Yesterday, I added a bunch of artwork to my shop. Drawings, sketch cards and a couple of fine art prints. Most of them are centered around classic films, so check out the selection if you’re a fan.